The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada has developed a new form to allow external parties to report potential security risks in relation to upcoming IRB proceedings.
This policy sets out a predictable and transparent approach for IRB personnel to follow when disclosing information about the conduct of authorized representatives to their regulatory bodies.
The Refugee Protection Division has recently launched a nationally advertised application process to fill independent Public Servant decision-maker positions at our Montréal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver offices.
On 23 July 2015, the Federal Court rendered a decision impacting the right to appeal to the Refugee Appeal Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada for rejected refugee claimants from designated countries of origin.
On July 23, 2015, the Federal Court rendered a decision regarding refugee protection claimants’ rights of appeal.
The Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) has issued a notice introducing three administrative changes to the IAD appeal process.
In response to the situation arising from the devastating earthquake in Nepal, the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada Immigration Appeal Division will consider prioritizing the processing of certain appeals.
The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada has issued a policy and associated procedures on security screening measures.
Additional security measures will be implemented at Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada offices.
Artem Djukic is prohibited from representing or advising any person in connection with any proceeding before the IRB while his paralegal licence is under suspension.
On February 5, 2015, Paul Aterman was appointed Deputy Chairperson of the Immigration Appeal Division. This appointment takes effect on March 9, 2015.
The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada has launched it new English and French Twitter channels.
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